|"Loved the complimentary cheese and wine."||(in 225 reviews)|
|""Fantastic location, very clean, great price.""||(in 460 reviews)|
|"Also very friendly and helpful staff."||(in 323 reviews)|
|"Rooms were tiny and bed uncomfortable"||(in 326 reviews)|
|"Air conditioning in room defective."||(in 21 reviews)|
|"Should have booked room with window!"||(in 44 reviews)|
|rooms are small||in 1,426 reviews|
|great location||in 1,305 reviews|
|cheese and wine||in 1,027 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 712 reviews|
|air conditioning||in 132 reviews|
|stay in london||in 132 reviews|
|open the window||in 118 reviews|
|heart of soho||in 102 reviews|
|palace theatre||in 76 reviews|
|covent garden||in 33 reviews|
|two people||in 32 reviews|
The free wine and cheese buffet every night was great.
The rooms are ridiculously small, and the staff doesn’t understand what the “do not disturb sign” means. I get that they are trying to be helpful, but I am a big kid and have the ability to alert the desk if I need something. It happened more than once, and one of the staff actually started to enter the room while I was on the toilet. Maybe it is a cultural thing, but it was off-putting.
I really liked the room, it was just enough room for the two of us, and the bed was really comfortable! :) we got upgraded to a room with a window, so that was excellent!
The room smelled a bit because of the room not having a working fan after our showers, so there was a lot of condensation in the air left over.
Terrific location. Knowledgeable and friendly staff. cool, funky vibe. small room (which I liked)
The cool location also meant that it was occasionally hard to sleep it night with the noise from the busy street
Location Location Location. Being in the center of town, I had the ability to stop off at Hotel Z to drop off bags, freshen up, take a break before moving on to next neighborhood on my itinerary. Tube stop directly to Heathrow a couple of blocks away made arriving and departing soooo easy. Staff was very friendly and attentive. Room was modern, quiet and clean. DEFINITELY plan on staying again.
While I knew I had booked the smallest room, and was happy with it overall, the in ability to open a window for fresh air was a little frustrating. Issues with the a/c were promptly addressed, although an open window would of been a better solution. It was only because my stay was for 5 nights that this bothered me. Next visit I'll book a larger room with an open window. :-)
The best part of the hotel was it's location. It is located in a great part of London, a very busy part of London. The staff was pretty nice and there were always around to help.
Well the worst part of the place was probably the size of the room and the bed. I knew my room would be tiny but for the price I paid it was crazy. The room could barely fit your luggage and yourself. A constant maneuvering around everything. The bed was the worst bed I have ever slept in. Want to know what it is like to sleep on a rock or the ground? Well come to this hotel to find out. This bed was so stiff I would wake up every morning in some sort of back pain. It was ridiculous that this is possible in a modern hotel. It's a budget hotel but seriously just get a slightly softer bed as this was ludicrous.
Z Soho is part of the Z Hotels brand. This location is right in the heart of Theatreland in London. There is so much to experience when staying at Z Soho and everything is easily accessible.
All of the rooms at Z Soho are compact, beautifully decorated, and are equipped with modern amenities. Rooms can be booked with double beds or a queen bed. There is also a Z Accessible room with a specialist shower, grab rails, and lowered hand basin. The room also allows enough for turning in a wheelchair. Some amenities available in all of the rooms include air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, a Samsung HD TV, and en suite bathroom. The venue also has a café where there is a breakfast buffet in the mornings and prepared sandwiches, wraps, salads, and more for lunch.
With so much to do near Z Soho, guests will have lots of fun things to do, each day of their trip. Art lovers should see the National Portrait Gallery or The Photographers’ Gallery, both of which are free to enter during certain hours. Those who are interested in watching a show or visiting Chinatown can take a one-minute walk over to Shaftesbury Avenue. On this avenue, there are many different places to shop, eat, and drink. The Soho area is also home to lots of nightlife, whether one wants to go dancing or check out the area’s nighttime LGBT scenes.
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The Z Hotel Soho is located at 17 Moor Street in Soho, 1 miles from the centre of London. Piccadilly Circus is the closest landmark to The Z Hotel Soho.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at The Z Hotel Soho.
Yes, The Z Hotel Soho offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Z Hotel Soho does not offer free parking.
No, The Z Hotel Soho does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Z Hotel Soho is 7.7 miles from London City.
No, pets are not allowed at The Z Hotel Soho.
No, The Z Hotel Soho does not have a pool on-site.